We praised Redmond for its efforts to build quasi-open products and its more
serious stab at interoperating with the open community.
As you might expect, zealots (God bless 'em) came out of the proverbial woodwork
I was plumb excited by the sheer volume of feedback, and even more pleased
by the passion. One of my favorites was W. Anderson arguing that Redmond magazine
editors are "inexperienced in professional journalism" and should
"learn to report stories factually."
Hey, W. My folks have lost more hair than a grizzly's chest and are saving
up for liposuction, dentures and hip replacements. They might not be experienced
journalists but they sure are creaky!
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While the open source posts were a gas, they were not nearly as much fun as
made fun of one of Redmond magazine's maiden issues.
Posted by Doug Barney on March 26, 2007 at 11:52 AM
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